Stories about Woodstock


Elwood 'Bug' Wing

LEWISTON — Elwood “ Bug” Clarence Wing, died July 25, at Central Maine Medical Center, after a short illness, with his family by his side. He was born Elwood Clarence Wing in Albany, June 25, 1927, a son of Clarence and Myrtle Wing. He was educated in Woodstock schools an...


This week's agenda

Tuesday Bethel: Airport Authority, 7 p.m., Town Office Bethel: Water District, 7 p.m., Town Office Bethel: Committee for Sign Ordinance Reform, 7 p.m., Town Office Buckfield: Public hearing on closure of Mountain Road and a portion of Sodom Road to winter maintenance, ...


Roger L. Strout

LACANTO, Fla. — Roger L. Strout, 78, passed away unexpectedly at his home in Lacanto, Fla., on Monday, July 9. He was born in Mechanic Falls, June 7, 1934, to William and Hazel (Lane) Strout. Roger attended Woodstock schools and graduated as salutatorian from Woodstock High School in...


Wind ordinance committee to meet July 19 in Woodstock

WOODSTOCK — The Commercial Wind Energy Ordinance Committee will host a public informational meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 19, at the Woodstock Elementary School. The meeting is an opportunity for committee members to share highlights of a first draft of the ordinance and for resident...


Schools' track, water system to repaired

BETHEL — The SAD 44 board Monday awarded contracts for resurfacing the track at the Telstar middle and high school complex and repairing the Woodstock Elementary School water filtration system. Superintendent David Murphy said Maine Tennis and Track of Gray was awarded the contract a...



Free supper at Congre. Church NORWAY — A free supper will be held from 5 to 6 p.m. Friday, June 15, at Second Congregational Church on Main Street.  On the menu this month is American chop suey, macaroni and cheese, veggies, rolls and dessert. Call the ch...


PHOTOS: Rain dampens Old Home Days in West Paris

Braving a chilling rain, people marched in West Paris behind fire engines from Paris, Norway, West Paris and Woodstock during Old Home Days on Saturday. Bertha DeHaas was grand marshal of the parade. There was much to do inside several venues to escape the raindrops such as the Great Falls Model ...


SAD 44 resident approve a $9.99 million budget

BETHEL — With little discussion, about 50 residents from SAD 44's five member towns unanimously approved the proposed 2012-13 operating budget of $9,989,269. The approved figure is $261...


N. Willard: Support love, not hate

We have heard it before and here it is again: Paul Madore insists that because gays are asking for equal rights they are requesting “special treatment.” If others already have the right to marry, how can it be considered “special” to request that same right? ... 22


SAD 44 proposed budget moves to vote

 BETHEL — The SAD 44 board signed the 2012-13 budget warrant Monday night and set the first of two votes for 7 p.m. May 29 at the Helen C. Berry Auditorium at Telstar High School....